The Kuleana Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... now so she was loving it. Our room here is not nearly as nice as the other but the resort is really cool and even has penguins. I tried to pet one but it was too far away. I attempted the goat mating call from before and only Melissa came to my side so I obviously need to do more research with this one. She's probably going to kill me after this blog haha. Anyways, we had dinner in this open restaurant with 2 white swans and 1 black swan and discussed ...
... it began to rain in earnest and though our cheery narrator told us to look here and there to see spectacular cascading waterfalls, all we could see through our steamy windows was dense foliage and the narrow winding road.
After a bit, and just in time, the weather cleared as we were approaching 3 Bears Falls. So pretty!
But soon we were driving in the Ko'olau Forest Preserve where the jungle seemed to take over and the road seems, is it possible? ...
Very early on Tuesday morning, alarms rang, lights went on and the house on Daisy Circle came alive as the travelers popped out of bed to get ready for the first part of the Great Adventure. Matt did a quick Starbucks run while Papa, Gramma and Luke dressed. Nicole even got up although she looked a little dazed. Matt drove us to LAX and we arrived with the usual Olinger time allowance of two hours preflight. Breakfast at Homeboy Cafe ...
... my designated shift of Penny patrol, I noticed that her swim diaper was hanging a little low...and that it had an irregular hue about the edges. Sure enough, Penny had 'dropped chow' and produced a horrific slurry of pablum and veggie dip. I couldn't get her out of the pool fast enough and did everything in my power to prevent the fecal silt from pooling on the tiles. You'd think I'd marinated my hands in yellow curry. Naturally, we'd not packed an extra swim diaper or wipes and ...
... and photos taken straight down through the trees don't show any sign of coastline. The next several miles have some of the best scenery, when we can see it through the rain and fog, which comes and goes. There are various waterfalls and swimming holes the whole way along the route. See red headed, and all-red cardinals at one stop. We pass the turnoff to Ke’anae Peninsular, and can see a long and interesting point jutting out into the grey and choppy sea, ...